Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Building Strength in Biomedicine' and 'University Information,' are now available on-line.
Eight Yale professors elected fellows of American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Eight members of the Yale faculty have been named fellows of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAAS), the oldest learned society in the United States.
Undergraduates create prize
to honor faculty advisers
Pamela George, assistant dean in the Yale College Dean's Office and director of the Afro-American Cultural Center, has been honored with the first Richard H. Brodhead Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Advising, presented by the Yale College Council (YCC).
Fake patients helping medical students to develop real-world skills
Rosa Flores had been suffering from heartburn for two weeks and was concerned it might be something more serious. A relative, she told her doctor, had even intimated that Flores might be under an evil spell.
Site offers special challenges
to young architects
How do you design a family-friendly home opposite a county prison and a few steps from a busy intersection?
Summertime at Yale
A special supplement of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar that looks at the season's special offerings.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
SOM center wins grant for study of behavioral finance
FOUR FACULTY GET ENDOWED POSTS
Gallery acquires collection of Mediterranean coins
Alumni return to campus to celebrate reunions
AYA honors five for outstanding service with Yale Medals
Graduate School presents alumni with its highest honor
Three faculty members are hailed by graduate students as outstanding mentors
Researchers solve riddle of what makes some mammals have skin that shines a brilliant blue
Study will compare treatments for children with type 2 diabetes
Susan Greenberg named the first Goldsmith Assistant Curator
Prize-winning series of articles cites Yale research
Athletics department staff go to bat for a worthy cause
Scientist Michel Devoret is honored with the international Europhysics Prize
Concert to feature undergraduate musicians
2004 Commencement Information
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"Summertime at Yale," a special supplement of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar looks at the season's special offerings.
From left: Medical school student Barbara Wexelman questions standardized patient "Dave Streeval" (portrayed by Don Wagner) with fellow student Roger Goldberg and adviser Dr. Paul Kirwin.